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    started a topic to oregon from palm springs

    to oregon from palm springs

    the sausage guy is finishing vacation in palmsprings sad to leave 85 degree weather plan on playing lamirada on way back maybe dela vega anysuggestions on worthwhile i5 courses in between

  • "Over the Hill" Bob
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    Great, 9:30 in the morning and now I'm jonesing for a sausage dog. Get home soon Tim and have all the fun you deserve down there.


    Bob

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  • Discdogs
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    Originally posted by NWDiscer View Post
    dam Palm Springs the sausage guy is doing pretty good....

    j/k nice spot to vaca.

    i'm not sure, but from a road trip about 7-8 years ago there is nothing in the I-5 corr. from LA till Sac.area.

    If you come up 99 there are courses in Visalia and Fresno that are pretty close to 99. Well the Fresno course was in the process of going in....

    But that takes you away from De La........so
    fortunatly for the sausage guy his sis married well...so just had to pay to get down here!!!!thanks for suggestions sofar trying to break it to my daughter trip is gonna take aliitle longer as we have stops tomake gonna try to o vega and whistlers for sure maybe stafford dont fret i shall be back cooking soon cheers ps played indianwells at nite with discs

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  • NWDiscer
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    Originally posted by Bullseye View Post
    Skip I-5 and take 101 instead. Hit Coyote Point in Ojai, Waller Pines in Santa Maria and then DeLeViega in Santa Cruz

    Good stuff there.
    then after DeLa you can come up 17/880 thru Bezerkly and play Aquatic on your way out of the Bay Area or continue up 101 and take in Magilla's course Lake Stafford i believe it is...

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  • Sam
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    Originally posted by Bullseye View Post
    Skip I-5 and take 101 instead. Hit Coyote Point in Ojai, Waller Pines in Santa Maria and then DeLeViega in Santa Cruz

    Good stuff there.
    Having played two of the three and having heard nothing but amazing things about Waller, I would have to strongly recommend Jeff's excellent idea.

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  • Adam Schneider
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    Whatever you do, use this page to help plan things: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/browse_map.php

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  • Bullseye
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    Skip I-5 and take 101 instead. Hit Coyote Point in Ojai, Waller Pines in Santa Maria and then DeLeViega in Santa Cruz

    Good stuff there.

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  • Adam Schneider
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    Unfortunately, DeLaveaga is not exactly on the way; it's a pretty hefty detour off the main route. But like NWDiscer said, I-5 is a disc golf desert from SoCal clear up to Sacramento.

    But in far Northern CA, check out Anderson River Park in Anderson; the brand-new Mt. Shasta Disc Golf Complex (36 holes) in Mt. Shasta; and University of OB in Weed. And then there are plenty of Oregon courses to check out, notably Tom Pearce, Whistler's Bend, and Dexter.

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  • Scott
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    Don't skip Dela

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  • NWDiscer
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    dam Palm Springs the sausage guy is doing pretty good....

    j/k nice spot to vaca.

    i'm not sure, but from a road trip about 7-8 years ago there is nothing in the I-5 corr. from LA till Sac.area.

    If you come up 99 there are courses in Visalia and Fresno that are pretty close to 99. Well the Fresno course was in the process of going in....

    But that takes you away from De La........so

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